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The weather in Cape Porpoise
Above are the weather conditions for Cape Porpoise. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 82° However, temperatures can go lower than 12° in Cape Porpoise in January. January is the wettest month.
Opt for a Cape Porpoise vacation rentals for seafood and sun
At Maine's southernmost tip lies the village of Cape Porpoise. Opting for a beachside vacation home here will place you just two hours from Boston, where you can walk the grounds of Harvard and along the Freedom Trail to learn about the War of Independence. Also, Maine's southern coast, peppered with idyllic coves, makes it a prime destination for seafood lovers.
Have a Boston tea party
Boston's population has a reputation for their city pride – as home to America's original Ivy League university, Harvard, and the Boston cream doughnut, the city has much to boast about. Visit Harvard's immaculately kept grounds and the stately buildings on Harvard Square, as well as the Boston Tea Party Ships. You can also see a re-enactment of the colonists’ rebellion at the museum, where interactive exhibits detail this historical moment further. Be sure to walk the Freedom Trail, which documents the events that led up to the War of Independence.
Beaches, ice cream, and inlets
Ogunquit is one of the best beaches in Maine, while nearby York Village and beach offer a wide range of seaside attractions. Perkins Cove is another local coastal spot not to be missed: yachts bob in the harbor, which is an enclave of great seafood restaurants, art galleries, and independent shops. Wander the area with an ice cream in hand before indulging in some water sports on one of the nearby beaches.
Lighthouses, lobster, and snowshoeing
Venture to the Cape Neddick Lighthouse atop Nubble Island, where you can enjoy delicious lobster at the restaurant and some of the most picture-perfect views in the state. You can also explore the Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve and spot the area’s huge variety of birds. The 2,250-acre coastal habitat – full of beaches, woodlands, and wetlands – is perfect for hiking and snowshoeing.
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